ATHENS Nov 23 Greece needs to find further
savings to meet its fiscal bailout targets but can avoid
unpopular across-the-board spending cuts, the IMF's envoy for
the country said on Saturday, according to a Greek media report.
"Further measures will be needed for 2014-2016 but they will
be on a much smaller scale than in the past," the IMF's mission
chief for Greece Poul Thomsen was quoted by the semi-state
Athens New Agency as saying, in an interview with newspaper
"We agree with the (Greek) government there should be no
across-the-board measures and that they should focus on areas of
waste," Thomsen said.